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How the ‘Gone Girl’ Cast Avoids Spoilers

Don't tell Casey Wilson how 'The Sopranos' ends

‘The Hotwives Of Orlando’: TV Review

Hulu expands its slate of original programming with a series devoted to calling out the absurdities of Bravo's "Real Housewives" media franchise.

‘Marry Me’ Producers Vow NBC Comedy Isn’t a ‘Wedding-Centric Show’

"We'll be doing general stories. Occasionally we'll do stuff about the wedding. It's not episode two is the dress and episode three is we need another dress," showrunner David Caspe told reporters.

‘Happy Endings’ Alum Casey Wilson Marries Creator David Caspe

The newlyweds are also collaborating on NBC's new sitcom "Marry Me."

‘Marry Me’s’ David Caspe Talks Lessons From ‘Happy Endings,’ Bringing Back Familiar Faces

The exec producer of NBC's new Casey Wilson comedy talks with THR about not competing with his fiancee for a comedy slot, bringing in alums of the cult comedy to his new show, and his second upfronts experience.

NBC Orders Comedy ‘Marry Me,’ Katherine Heigl Drama ‘State of Affairs,’ ‘Allegiance,’ ‘Odyssey’ to Series

UPDATED: NBC added to its series orders Tuesday, picking up three dramas and a comedy from the creator of "Happy Endings."

‘Happy Endings’ Reunion: Casey Wilson to Star in NBC’s David Caspe Pilot

She'll star in "Marry Me," the relationship comedy created by her fiance and former "Happy Endings" showrunner Caspe.

Casey Wilson, Rashida Jones Comedies Land Pilot Orders at NBC

UPDATED: "Mason Twins" hails from writers Wilson and June Diane Raphael, while "A to Z" marks the first pilot order from the "Parks and Recreation" star-turned-producer. The network also picked up a drama based on Israeli format "The Gordin Cell" from feature writer George Nolfi.

Casey Wilson, June Diane Raphael Sell Twin Comedy to NBC

"The Mason Twins" marks the second sale this development season for the writing partners.

‘Happy Endings’ EP, Casey Wilson, June Diane Raphael Team for ABC Comedy

Jonathan Groff's "DINKS" (aka "Double Income, No Kids") has landed a pilot production commitment at the network.

Emmys: Critics’ Choice Awards Noms Could Boost Underdogs

From canceled sitcom stars to unknowns playing clones, below-the-radar talent could get a boost from the June 10 event.